I am willing to trade for postage and I am open to creative trade suggestions. For example, I can also send hand-made cards (Christmas, Birthday, Thank You, Non-Specific, etc.) or hand-made Christmas ornaments in exchange for seeds. If you do not have anything on my "wants" list, still feel free to offer a trade. You might have something I am interested in, but did not list. I am trying not to look too greedy :-)
HAVES: Pepper: Jalapeno Tomato: Hamson (DX-52-12); Roma VF; Oregon Star; Beefsteak; Principe Borghese (Italian grape variety) Cantaloupe: (unknown variety, but OP) Winter Squash: Sweet Dumpling Cucumber: Marketmore 76 Sunflower: Mammoth (edible seeds) Lettuce: Buttercrunch; Unknown variety, but was tasty this past growing season in my flower boxes Basil Dill Wheat: Hard Red Winter Amaranth (grain) Sesame
I would only need about 10 - 15 of each type of seed, if that's not too greedy.
I do not know what type of amaranth I have because I bought it at Whole Foods for bread baking purposes. I just happened to discover that the seeds sprouted well and tasted quite yummy.
The sesame seeds were also bought at whole Foods for bread baking purposes. I have never had the chance to grow it out, but my intent was to grow it for the edible seeds.Again, Hubby and I discovered the sesame seeds also sprouted well and were tasty.
Hope this answers your questions . . .
Posts: 170 | Location: davidson county, nc; zone 7A | Registered: February 16, 2007
would be interested in your Principe Borghese. I would have saved seed for: Peppers: Charmin and Apple. Tomato: Black Krim and Cherokee Purple Pole bean: Meralda Melon: OP saved for years. Cantaloupe style Carrots: Nantes
Let me know your thoughts?
Posts: 27 | Location: Zone 5 Kersey CO | Registered: January 22, 2010